How to flush the connection state in the linux
cs83152 at csie.chu.edu.tw
Wed Dec 29 03:19:24 CET 2004
I execute the following commands on the machine
But the original condition is still existed :(
Do you have any other suggestion?
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> [mailto:netfilter-bounces at lists.netfilter.org] On Behalf Of
> Andrew Schulman
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> Subject: Re: How to flush the connection state in the linux
> > Does any one know how to flush the connection state in the
> linux (Not
> > flush iptables rule -F). I used transparent mode in the linux (use
> > brctl to bridge eth & eth1). When I tried to use iptables
> to drop some
> > specified packet and it was fail.
> > So I doubt there are some established connection state exist in the
> > linux to pass these
> > Forbidden connections.
> ifdown, then ifup? Brutal, but it should work.
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